CAW President Ken Lewenza is calling the proposed provincial legislation to declare the TTC an essential service deplorable, offensive and entirely unnecessary.
The Canada Post Corporation is asking postal workers to accept rollbacks on new hires to “protect” the rights and benefits of existing workers, but postal workers will stick together.
The Ontario government has snubbed the International Labour Organization (ILO) by refusing to respond to allegations regarding the rights of part-time college workers to organize.
Legal counsel for the BCTF began opening arguments in BC Supreme Court in what promises to be a significant case determining the rights of teachers and their unions.
Union representing faculty at colleges across Ontario offers to go to binding arbitration to avoid a strike if a negotiated settlement cannot be reached.
It looks like the end is in sight for this phase of America's health-care debate. But Canada is about to dragged through the U.S. political mud again. This time, the topic is labour law.
There's an excuse-me quality to the Toronto civic employees' strike. Union leader Ann Dembinski didn't request support, just "for the public to be understanding."